NVMS has been training mediators and enhancing individual conflict resolution skills for 30 years.
NVMS designs and delivers intensive skill-based coursework to help people talk through conflicts when they arise. We offer training that helps individuals take themselves, their teams, and their organization to the next level, by saving time that’s often wasted on disagreements.
Our training is designed to teach the fundamental skills and processes to prevent, manage, and resolve conflict, including how to hold difficult conversations, disagree constructively, and communicate effectively. Through our programs, you will gain the confidence to identify, prevent and resolve conflicts before they negatively impact your organization and your life.
All training is available for teams and organizations as well. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Courses are designed with the adult learner in mind – combining theory, observation, experiential exercises and practice opportunities for meaningful and enduring learning. They are led by Conflict Resolution Subject Matter Experts with an average of 20 years of experience. Certificates of Completion are provided at the end of every session. Courses are also approved by the Virginia Supreme Court for continuing mediator (CME) and by the Virginia Bar for continuing legal (CLE) education credits.
Who should attend? Individuals interested in enhancing their conflict resolution skills at work or in their practice.
Professional Certificates are training programs designed to help you be job-ready. Expert instructors will lead you to complete a series of rigorous courses and earn a certificate you can share with your professional network and potential employers.
Who should attend? Individuals in supervisory or management positions, ombudsman, human resource specialists, EEO specialists, and consultants.
Court Mediator Certification
Mediation certification is required for all mediators looking to accept court-referred cases in the state of Virginia. Skill-building training and mentorship will prepare you to work as a mediator within the court system.
Who should attend? Individuals interested in becoming Virginia Certified Court Mediators.
Community of Practice
Community of Practice (CoP) events provide practitioners with the opportunity to learn from others doing this work in the region. Sessions include expert panels, skill-building activities, and peer feedback opportunities.
Who should attend? Conflict resolution practitioners (mediators, facilitators, restorative justice practitioners, trainers).
Conflict resolution skills are critical to building effective teams and healthy work environments.
Team members learn the skills to identify, prevent, and resolve conflicts before they negatively impact the team’s performance. Programs are tailored to the needs of your team.
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